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Dak Prescott, Michael Gallup lead Cowboys’ stack in win over Lions in Week 11

Quarterback throws for over 400 yards, WRs Gallup, Randall Cobb shine in victory on Sunday. We break down their fantasy football performances.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott runs with the ball during the first quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Early on in the season, Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott was viewed as an MVP candidate. Well, the Cowboys were 5-4 heading into Week 11 and Prescott had widely struggled with Dallas losing four of six games heading into Sunday vs. the Lions, including a loss to the lowly Jets. Prescott and the Cowboys bounced back in a big way.

Prescott finished with 444 passing yards and three touchdowns with a 116.6 passer rating, good for 34.56 fantasy points. He finished tops among QBs in the early going of the slate and came in at sub-10% ownership on DraftKings at $6,700. He mostly connected with WRs Michael Gallup ($6,500) and Randall Cobb ($4,300).

Gallup was a strong GPP pivot off of Amari Cooper ($7,700), who finished with three catches and 38 yards, busting a lot of lineups. If you were smart enough to stack Prescott-Gallup-Cobb, the trio returned big value with a combined 85.24 fantasy points for $17,500, roughly 35% of your salary cap. Gallup finished with nine catches for 148 yards and a TD for 26.8 FPTS and Cobb had four catches for 115 yards and a TD, or 24.5 FPTS.

The Cowboys were able to hold off the Lions 35-27 to improve to 6-4 on the season, taking over first place in the NFC East a half a game ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles. It’s worth monitoring Prescott since he was sacked late in the game and appeared to be hurt, but remained in the game.